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For almost a week now the FBI has been in Elyria searching for clues into the disappearance of Middleburg Heights teenager Tierra Bryant.

She went missing nearly two years ago, and recently police arrested Rashan Hunt, a man they believe is responsible for her death.

The Chronicle Telegram’s Lisa Roberson has been covering the story since it broke. On Tuesday, she joined Bull and Matt on Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon to give us the latest information on the case. During their conversation she also talked about how Lorain County Community College is working to become the first community college in Ohio to offer a bachelors degree program.

Hear Lisa’s interview on Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon by clicking here.


Blessing House

The Blessing House in Lorain provides a safe atmosphere for family facing crisis.

On Monday, Donna Humphrey of the Blessing House  joined Bruce and Craig on the WEOL Morning Show. She told us why people come to the Blessing House and how they help those in need. She also spoke about  the current opioid crisis in Ohio and how they have been helping families fight the addiction with loved ones.

Hear everything Donna had to say about the Blessing House, the tremendous work they are doing in Lorain County and how you can help them by clicking here.

 


Spotlight on Lorain

Our 2017 Spotlight on Lorain has come to an end, but the interviews live on. If you missed any of this weeks shows or would just like to listen back to one of the weeks interviews, visit our Spotlight on Lorain archive page by clicking here.

We would like to thank everyone at Lakeview Park and German’s Villa for letting broadcast from their venues over the week. We would also like to thank all of our guest who gave us a glimpse into the city of Lorain, its schools and the  International Festival.

Next month we take our Spotlight Series to Amherst. We will broadcast live July 17 – July 19 at Arabica Bistro on Park Avenue on the WEOL Morning Show.

 

 


Wilson Pickett: In the Midnight Hour

Wilson Pickett has been the embodiment of soul music for many music fans. In the book, In the Midnight Hour: The Life and Soul of Wilson Pickett, Author Tony Fletcher chronicles Pickett’s life from his gospel-infused upbringing in small town Alabama to his long lasting tenure at Atlantic Records in NYC.

On the WEOL Morning Show we spoke with Tony Fletcher who gave us a preview of his book and told us about the stories he heard while researching Wilson Pickett for his latest work. Hear this fascinating interview by clicking on the image of the book.




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